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Hemochromatosis Online Training
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Hemochromatosis: Iron Storage Disease
Excessive iron buildup in the body's tissues and organs can cause serious health problems over time.
(Published: July 7, 2011)
Population Screening Strategies for Genetic Disorders: Evidence, Ethics, and Economics
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Family-based Detection for Hereditary Hemochromatosis
Journal of Genetic Counseling; October 19, 2007
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Stakeholder-focused Evaluation of an Online Course for Health Care Providers
Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions; Fall 2006; Vol 26; pp 257-267
Dunet DO, Reyes M
Iron Supplement Use and Iron Status among US Adults: Results from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition; 2005 Nov;82(5):1024-31
Blanck HM, Cogswell ME, Gillespie C, Reyes M.
Serum Iron and Iron-binding Capacity: A Round-Robin Interlaboratory Comparison Study
Clinical Chemistry; 2003; 49:1672-1675
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Laboratory Issues: Use of Nutritional Biomarkers
The Journal of Nutrition; 133:888S-894S, March 2003
Blanck HM, et al.
Genetics and Prevention Effectiveness
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